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From Cambodia to Bangkok: Flights and Top Things to Do

Is there another Asian capital where the modern and traditional lifestyle blends in such a harmony as in Bangkok? Bangkok is a fascinating and incredible city to visit and there are numerous things to discover in this bustling capital. If your starting point is Cambodia, you can find below some useful information about flight Cambodia to Bangkok.

Cambodia to Bangkok flight

The two most popular origins in Cambodia to take a flight to Bangkok are Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Booking flights from Bangkok to Cambodia (and vice versa) is undoubtedly the fastest and most convenient way to travel between these two places. The only drawback of flying is its price. Flights from Phnom Penh to Bangkok cost $142 on average and last for 1 hour and 7 minutes, while Siem Reap Bangkok flights are more expensive with the average price of $231 and same flight duration. Cheap flights from Cambodia to Bangkok are often available in November.

Things to do in Bangkok

Visit Wat Phra Kaew and Grand Palace

Wat Phra Kaew, also known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and the adjoining Grand Palace together form the greatest spectacle for travelers to Bangkok. Wat Phra Kaew is the holiest shrine of the Buddhist religion and is also the home to the 26-inch tall Emerald Buddha, the most sacred image in the kingdom.

Visit Wat Pho To See The Reclining Buddha

A visit to Wat Pho is a thing you should never miss when traveling to Bangkok. It is the home to the Reclining Buddha – the largest collection of Buddha images in Thailand and the country's earliest centre for public education. The statue stands at 15 metres tall and 46 metres long and is covered in gold leaf.

Take a trip around Chatuchak Market

Chatuchak Market is a must-visit place for tourists and is one of the largest markets in the world with over 8,000 market stalls covering an area of 27 acres. On a typical weekend, it attracts more than 200,000 visitors who come to browse for anything they could ever imagine with mostly at local prices.

 

Take a ride on the Skytrain

 

Bangkok Skytrain (BTS) is the swiftest way to get around Bangkok, and can whisk you right where you want to be in no time at all. In most instances, you are high above the traffic below, giving you a view of the city but also the train takes the most direct route. Best BTS stops for travelers are Chatuchak Market, JJ Green Night Market, Siam Paragon, Siam Center, Siam Discovery and Nana Plaza.

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